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The Team

The Team

Paula Escribano is a social and cultural anthropologist. She is currently undertaking postdoctoral research with a Juan de la Cierva grant at the Group for the Study of Reciprocity (GER) at the University of Barcelona, where she also teaches. She is also participating as a researcher on the project ‘Valuable food, essential workers, vulnerable people and social responses to crisis: food provisioning systems during the COVID-19 pandemic (FOOD-Pan)’, PI: Susana Narotzky (UB), (2021-2023) PID2020-114317GB-I00.

Paula is interested in livelihoods and regulatory frameworks in rural settings. More specifically, her research focuses on the influence of neoliberalism on short supply chains. She has taught courses on Social and Cultural Anthropology from 2015 to 2021 at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). Paula has also taught courses on qualitative research and data analysis in Poland, Mexico, Spain and India.www.paulaescribano.com



Eva Martínez Collado, graduated in Literary Studies. Following an internship at the TNC (National Theatre of Catalonia), she embarked on her own project ‘PayasAs Cirkulando’ to explore gender issues in comedy. She wrote the book PayasAs: Humour and Gender (2019) and made the documentary Risistentes: una mirada del clown desde los feminismos latinoamericanos (2021) after touring Latin America. Eva trained in Comedy and Theatre Studies at La Tregua; Arte y Transformación Social (Barcelona) and El Semillero (Granada), where she completed the ‘Universo clown’ course taught by Piero Partigianoni. She has participated in several monographic workshops, including ‘Clowning, humour and feminism’ (Mage Arnal), ‘Antipatriarchal humour’ (Alicia Olea) and ‘Essential clown’ (Alain Vigneau and Leda Dos Santos).

From a young age, Eva has been involved with the Grup d’Escriptors del Montseny (GEM) and participated in the publications Relats del Montseny (2013), Montseny entre llum i boires (2014), Montseny mágic (2016) and Montseny eròtic (2018). She has also collaborated with the magazines Nació Digital and El Matí. She was runner-up in
the Fourth Francesca Bartrina Award for Best Final Degree Project in Gender Studies for her project ‘The Political End: A Proposal to Address the Issue of Lesbian (In)Visibilisation in Fiction’.

Agata Hummel is teaching at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Warsaw. Her main areas of interest are Development and Post-Development anthropology, as well as economic and political anthropology. Agata has a vast experience in research in Mexico on various topics: ethnicity, local economy, development projects and social movements. She currently studies topics related to agriculture and social movements in Europe and Latin America. Her research in Latin America focuses on Post-Development initiatives in Peru, Bolivia and Colombia.

In Europe, Agata works with the neo-farmer movement and agricultural policies, mainly in Spain and Poland. She is also developing participatory and activist research methods. In her socially engaged research she worked with Jacek Wajszczak developing visual forms as an ethnographic method in Eastern Poland.